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My firefox is constantly showing page source(HTML code lines) insted of loading page, the only thing I tried was making my browser work faster, could this be connected to my problem?

Kuphostiwe

I provided all the details in the question, the problem is simple and random, few sites open as a plain text, instead of loading the full content the way it should be. (followed these steps http://www.forevergeek.com/2004/12/make_firefox_faster/ and http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Firefox-Load-Pages-Faster)

I provided all the details in the question, the problem is simple and random, few sites open as a plain text, instead of loading the full content the way it should be. (followed these steps http://www.forevergeek.com/2004/12/make_firefox_faster/ and http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Firefox-Load-Pages-Faster)

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Programmas pamatinformācija
Nosaukums
Firefox
Versija
9.0.1
Lietotāja aģents
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1; rv:9.0.1) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/9.0.1
Profila direktorija
Atvērt saturošo mapi
Aktivizētie spraudņi
about:plugins
Būvējuma konfigurācija
about:buildconfig
Avārijas ziņojumi
about:crashes
Atmiņas izmantojums
about:memory
Papildinājumi
Nosaukums
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Ieslēgts
ID
Html Validator
0.9.5.1
true
{3b56bcc7-54e5-44a2-9b44-66c3ef58c13e}
Personas
1.6.2
true
personas@christopher.beard
Afterglow Options
4.0.5
false
afterglow_options@www.theme-oasis.org
Java Quick Starter
1.0
false
jqs@sun.com
Microsoft .NET Framework Assistant
0.0.0
false
{20a82645-c095-46ed-80e3-08825760534b}
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Nosaukums
Vērtība
browser.places.smartBookmarksVersion
2
browser.startup.homepage_override.buildID
20111220165912
browser.startup.homepage_override.mstone
rv:9.0.1
browser.tabs.warnOnClose
false
dom.disable_window_flip
false
extensions.lastAppVersion
9.0.1
network.cookie.prefsMigrated
true
places.history.expiration.transient_current_max_pages
11144
places.history.expiration.transient_optimal_database_size
17828904
privacy.sanitize.migrateFx3Prefs
true
Grafika
Ierīces apraksts
NVIDIA GeForce 6600 GT
Ražotāja ID
10de
Ierīces ID
0140
Ierīces RAM
Unknown
Ierīces draiveris
nv4_disp
Draivera versija
6.14.12.8558
Draivera datums
10-7-2011
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Unknown
Ierīces draiveris (GPU #2)
Unknown
WebGL renderētājs
Google Inc. -- ANGLE (NVIDIA GeForce 6600 GT) -- OpenGL ES 2.0 (ANGLE 0.0.0.809)
Grafiski paātrināti logi
1/1 Direct3D 9

John99 971 izisombululo 13138 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

I am not sure your 2nd link works. Why not reverse the changes and see if it solves the problem. This forum will discuss essential tweaks or adjustment that provide fixes to problems, but not unnecessary hacks.

Note if you go to about:support or use Firefox Button -> Help -> Troubleshooting

you will obtain a list of changed preferences. If you then go to about:config and accept the warning, you will get a full listing of preferences, the changed ones are in bold type. You may also search using the filter option. Right clicking gives the option of changing or resetting the preferences.

I think I may be wary of following a tip from 2004 on a 2012 release of a browser.

I am not sure your 2nd link works. Why not reverse the changes and see if it solves the problem. This forum will discuss essential tweaks or adjustment that provide fixes to problems, but not unnecessary hacks. Note if you go to ''about:support'' or use Firefox Button -> Help -> Troubleshooting you will obtain a list of changed preferences. If you then go to ''about:config'' and accept the warning, you will get a full listing of preferences, the changed ones are in bold type. You may also search using the filter option. Right clicking gives the option of changing or resetting the preferences. I think I may be wary of following a tip from 2004 on a 2012 release of a browser.

Umnikazi wombuzo

Instead of reseting the changes I unistalled and re-installed Firefox(didn't save previous data), so no changes were made, but it still occures randomly and it's quite annoying, hte pages don't load, they show up as plain text.

Instead of reseting the changes I unistalled and re-installed Firefox(didn't save previous data), so no changes were made, but it still occures randomly and it's quite annoying, hte pages don't load, they show up as plain text.

Okulungisiwe ngu RobRobs

Umnikazi wombuzo

Tried installing the new Aurora, still the same crap happening, can anybody please solve this, i have undone all my tweaks and still few pages load inproperly.

Tried installing the new Aurora, still the same crap happening, can anybody please solve this, i have undone all my tweaks and still few pages load inproperly.

Okulungisiwe ngu RobRobs

John99 971 izisombululo 13138 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

A standard reinstall of Firefox utilizes the current program path | folders and the current profile.

It is possible to remove personal info etc using Windows XP or Firefox options whilst uninstalling, but that is NOT normally a recommended action as it results in loss of all profile data from all versions of firefox, so you loose passwords and bookmarks etc.

An easier method of doing this is under development ( https://wiki.mozilla.org/Support/Firefox_Features/Clean_up_user_profile ) but for now the safer test is to create and use a new profile. If you do that carefully you do not damage existing data and Profiles - Where Firefox stores your bookmarks, passwords and other user data.

A proper clean install also removes the existing programs folder, and depending on what changes you made it is possible you would need to follow that procedure to return Firefox to a more usual state.

See also

If the problem is occurring only sporadically maybe something is blocking your use of javascripts, possibly an add-blocker or security related program. If you scroll the article I linked above it will offer some general troubleshooting tips.

A standard reinstall of Firefox utilizes the current program path | folders and the current profile. It is possible to remove personal info etc using Windows XP or Firefox options whilst uninstalling, but that is NOT normally a recommended action as it results in loss of all profile data from all versions of firefox, so you loose passwords and bookmarks etc. An easier method of doing this is under development ( https://wiki.mozilla.org/Support/Firefox_Features/Clean_up_user_profile ) but for now the safer test is to create and use a new profile. If you do that carefully you do not damage existing data and [[profiles]]. * {'''edit'''} see [[managing profiles#w_creating-a-profile]]_creating-a-profile A proper clean install also removes the existing programs folder, and depending on what changes you made it is possible you would need to follow that procedure to return Firefox to a more usual state. See also *http://kb.mozillazine.org/Standard_diagnostic_-_Firefox#Clean_reinstall If the problem is occurring only sporadically maybe something is blocking your use of javascripts, possibly an add-blocker or security related program. If you scroll the article I linked above it will offer some general troubleshooting tips.

Okulungisiwe ngu John99

Umnikazi wombuzo

John, I now installed Mozilla 3.6 and it hasn't got that problem, but it's quite slover, so I'll try your advice and see what happens(I'll try to disable pop-up add blocking).

John, I now installed Mozilla 3.6 and it hasn't got that problem, but it's quite slover, so I'll try your advice and see what happens(I'll try to disable pop-up add blocking).
John99 971 izisombululo 13138 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

If you are happy experimenting with Firefox note it is quite easy to install and use multiple versions, although that is apparently considered an advanced topic.

( Take CARE
do not rename or delete profiles until & unless you are totally familiar with what is likely to happen)

Pretty simple to do

  • choose custom install when installing, and install each version in its own separate location
  • it is essential (at least if you want it to be trouble free) to create separate profiles for each version
    • it would be usual then to create a shortcut so each version starts with the correct profile
    • versions other than the main default one may also be started with the -no-remote option, that allows you to run versions simultaneously (assuming the pc has the spare capacity needed)

See aslso

If you are happy experimenting with Firefox note it is quite easy to install and use multiple versions, although that is apparently considered an advanced topic. ( Take CARE <br/> do not rename or delete profiles until & unless you are totally familiar with what is likely to happen) Pretty simple to do * choose custom install when installing, and install each version in its own separate location * it is essential (at least if you want it to be trouble free) to create separate profiles for each version ** it would be usual then to create a shortcut so each version starts with the correct profile ** versions other than the main default one may also be started with the'' -no-remote'' option, that allows you to run versions simultaneously (assuming the pc has the spare capacity needed) See aslso * http://kb.mozillazine.org/Using_multiple_profiles_-_Firefox * http://kb.mozillazine.org/Command_line_arguments

Umnikazi wombuzo

No changes yet, I did a clean install(removed all previous data/info and folders of Mozilla Firefox), could this be a java sided problem, because this happens on almost every page I go on?

  • edit I changed the profile, and it seems to work fine now, but I can't imagine on what the problem was, anyways, thank you John!
  • second edit, nothing changed, even Mozilla's homepage doesn't show up properly, I think I'll move on to Chrome until Firefox hits version 10.
No changes yet, I did a clean install(removed all previous data/info and folders of Mozilla Firefox), could this be a java sided problem, because this happens on almost every page I go on? *edit I changed the profile, and it seems to work fine now, but I can't imagine on what the problem was, anyways, thank you John! *second edit, nothing changed, even Mozilla's homepage doesn't show up properly, I think I'll move on to Chrome until Firefox hits version 10.

Okulungisiwe ngu RobRobs

John99 971 izisombululo 13138 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

Glad to have helped, thanks for posting back.

You could always work through troubleshooting with multiple profiles and try to determine what the problem was, but if it works you have achieved the objective of fixing the problem.

Cheers, John

Glad to have helped, thanks for posting back. You could always work through troubleshooting with multiple profiles and try to determine what the problem was, but if it works you have achieved the objective of fixing the problem. Cheers, John

Umnikazi wombuzo

The same is still happening, did a clean install, made a new profile, didn't save any previous data. No matter what I do it stays the same :(

The same is still happening, did a clean install, made a new profile, didn't save any previous data. No matter what I do it stays the same :(
John99 971 izisombululo 13138 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

The problem is unlikely to be with Firefox itself. I have all supported versions installed on Windows XP and on Windows 7. The problem is likely to be with your own particular setup.

Have you tried in a new profile and whilst in Troubleshoot Firefox issues using Safe Mode using the default theme.

You say not even the home page works, can you attach a screen shot of that whilst in safe mode and a new profile please, it may give me some clues.

Firefox 10 is available today, but may not solve your problem.

The problem is unlikely to be with Firefox itself. I have all supported versions installed on Windows XP and on Windows 7. The problem is likely to be with your own particular setup. Have you tried in a new profile and whilst in [[safe mode]] using the default theme. You say not even the home page works, can you attach a screen shot of that whilst in safe mode and a new profile please, it may give me some clues. Firefox 10 is available today, but may not solve your problem.
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Kuphostiwe

I am posting here by request from the Owner sent by PM. But I think that John99 covered things quite well.

http://www.forevergeek.com/2004/12/make_firefox_faster/
Using an article that is over 7 years old for mods wasn't wise.
http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Firefox-Load-Pages-Faster
Written by someone using a Mac OSX version of Firefox. That may or may not make a difference, but I saw at least 3 errors in that article which could cause major problems for someone who took that as the "gospel".

Is that problems with only "page source" only happen with all web pages or only with some web pages?
If with only some, with ones specifically?

I am posting here by request from the Owner sent by PM. But I think that John99 covered things quite well. http://www.forevergeek.com/2004/12/make_firefox_faster/ <br /> Using an article that is over 7 years old for mods wasn't wise. <br /> http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Firefox-Load-Pages-Faster <br /> Written by someone using a Mac OSX version of Firefox. That may or may not make a difference, but I saw at least 3 errors in that article which could cause major problems for someone who took that as the "gospel". Is that problems with only "page source" only happen with all web pages or only with some web pages? <br /> If with only some, with ones specifically?

Umnikazi wombuzo

No this happens to all pages, and the html code lines show up with Opera browser aswell, but I can't figure out on how they both are connected...

No this happens to all pages, and the html code lines show up with Opera browser aswell, but I can't figure out on how they both are connected...
JayGarcia 30 izisombululo 273 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

The only way I can think of that Opera and FF are "connected" is through a firewall or an AV app. Try disabling your firewall and AV and revisit a few sites to see if the issue prevails.

The only way I can think of that Opera and FF are "connected" is through a firewall or an AV app. Try disabling your firewall and AV and revisit a few sites to see if the issue prevails.

Umnikazi wombuzo

Disabled my Avira antivirus and firewall, pages randomly display html codes, and imageshack.us doesn't work at all(shows just plain texts).

Disabled my Avira antivirus and firewall, pages randomly display html codes, and imageshack.us doesn't work at all(shows just plain texts).
JayGarcia 30 izisombululo 273 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

If the problems occur with other browsers such as Opera than it's not a Firefox problem.

Are you:

  1. Accessing through a proxy
  2. Using a router
  3. Have a laptop or other means of connection other than the computer with the problem that you can try
If the problems occur with other browsers such as Opera than it's not a Firefox problem. Are you: # Accessing through a proxy # Using a router # Have a laptop or other means of connection other than the computer with the problem that you can try

Umnikazi wombuzo

I don't use proxy, and yes I'm using a router, and I'm on a PC(no other computers). I'll try restarting my router and modem, request a new IP..... I'll see what happens.

I don't use proxy, and yes I'm using a router, and I'm on a PC(no other computers). I'll try restarting my router and modem, request a new IP..... I'll see what happens.
JayGarcia 30 izisombululo 273 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

Some routers have a built-in AV and Firewall. If yours does then disable both. There may be a conflict. I can't think of any malware that would cause this issue but it can't hurt to run a scan.

Also, a thought .. Go into your control-panel Internet Options / Advanced. Scroll down to HTTP 1.1 Settings and make sure that http1.1 is enabled. Since your issue is global in nature you may want to check all of the settings under "Browsing" to see if anything looks abnormal.

Some routers have a built-in AV and Firewall. If yours does then disable both. There may be a conflict. I can't think of any malware that would cause this issue but it can't hurt to run a scan. Also, a thought .. Go into your control-panel Internet Options / Advanced. Scroll down to HTTP 1.1 Settings and make sure that http1.1 is enabled. Since your issue is global in nature you may want to check all of the settings under "Browsing" to see if anything looks abnormal.

Umnikazi wombuzo

Tried restarting my modem and router, and even used winsockxpFix.exe, I rarely use it when I can't connect to the internet. Could this be some kind of connection corruption? I'm posting a screenshot to show how it looks like. http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/171/adfafaf.png/

Tried restarting my modem and router, and even used winsockxpFix.exe, I rarely use it when I can't connect to the internet. Could this be some kind of connection corruption? I'm posting a screenshot to show how it looks like. http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/171/adfafaf.png/
JayGarcia 30 izisombululo 273 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

What is the image supposed to represent other than a frog in an ice cube? Try connecting to http://ufaq.org by clicking on the link.

What is the image supposed to represent other than a frog in an ice cube? Try connecting to http://ufaq.org by clicking on the link.

Umnikazi wombuzo

I got a TRENDnet router that has a firewall and it's allready disabled.

I got a TRENDnet router that has a firewall and it's allready disabled.